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LOGO History and Programming


Published July 21, 2011


The LOGO programming language, best known for "turtle graphics," was popular on the Apple II, especially in classrooms. LOGO is more than a child's game. It's a sophisticated programming language and a serious educational tool for teaching mathematics backed by decades of research on learning theory. Join Peter Neubauer as he discusses the history of LOGO and for a tutorial introduction to the language. Download Peter's slides at http://www.kansasfest.org/downloads/


Run time 48 minutes 8 seconds
Producer Peter Neubauer
Audio/Visual sound, color
Language English


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videographer: Ken Gagne

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